Please make sure that you disable the ask before running toggle when setting up the Shortcut Automation and that the configured app for the Automation is selected again within the shortcut.
Otherwise, one sec won’t be triggered automatically.
It’s very likely that you’ve accidentally added an “Open App” Shortcut Action before the actual one sec Shortcut Action. Please remove the “Open App” Action and one sec should behave as expected:
Shortcuts Automation notifications can be very annoying – especially because one sec usually gets triggered quite often. I wrote a blog post to explain how to disable those annoying notifications here.
Go to the detail page of the app in one sec for which you would like to edit intentions. Scroll down to the intention section. Then swipe left to unveil the edit / deletion menu.
On iOS 15 and earlier, there’s a bug with Apple that Shortcut Automations are not executed when the app is launched from the Siri App Suggestions widget.
Apple has fixed this issue on iOS 16.
If you don’t want to update to iOS 16, the workaround is to long-press the app in the widget and select "don’t suggest" (that’s probably good anyway if you’re trying to use the app less):
Sometimes you just quickly need to switch to a different app and then go back to Instagram. For this kind of intentional app switching I have added the Closing Shortcut. Go to one sec’s settings → Quick App Switching to set it up.
Instructions are also available here.
Please read what’s displayed in the error message screen. In that case, the Shortcut setup is incomplete and there’s a screenshot showing what’s missing.
Yes, go to one sec settings and take a look at the Scheduling option.
Proceed to Apple’s Shortcuts App and select the tab that says Automation.
Absolutely! Learn how to add missing apps to one sec here.
Open iOS Settings → Safari → Extensions → one sec and select which websites you allow the extension on.
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